Bearing Strips and Wipers
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Bearing Strips and Wipers

We have two bearing strips and five wipers to suit heavy and medium duty operations.

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Lionsele® B1

Bronze-filled PTFE bearing strip

  • Rectangular bearing strip with very low coefficient of friction.
  • Compatible with virtually all fluid media.
  • Versatile and easy to assemble. 
  • Maximum surface speed: 5m/s.
  • Temperature range: -60°C to +150°C.
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Lionsele® B2

Heavy-duty bearing strip

  • Rectangular bearing strip of resin-impregnated synthetic fabric.
  • High resistance to wear.
  • High strength material for long life on heavy-duty applications.
  • Maximum surface speed: 1m/s.
  • Temperature range: -60°C to +100°C.
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Lionsele® W1

Wiper for aggressive environments

  • Medium duty wiper for mud, sand, etc...
  • Excellent wear resistance in aggressive operating conditions.
  • Tough polyurethane construction for long life.
  • Temperature range: -30°C to +100°C.  
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Lionsele® W2

Self-retaining wiper for open housings

  • Medium-to-heavy duty applications.
  • Simple open-faced housings reduce the cost of hydraulic assembles.
  • Tough wear-resistant polyurethane lip for long working life.
  • Temperature range: -30°C to +100°C.
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Lionsele® W3

 Double-acting wiper with excellent wear resistance

  • Double-acting for contamination exclusion and dry rod performance.
  • Chamfered sealing lips for minimum fluid film conditions.
  • Moulded in high performance polyurethane.
  • Temperature range: -30°C to +100°C.
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Wiper Type L

Robust wiper for highly abrasive media

  • Effective wiping action in abrasive media.
  • Tough rubberised fabric construction.
  • Hardwearing for long working life.
  • Well proven design with extensive standard range.
  • Temperature range: -35° C to +120° C.
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Heavy duty scraper/wiper

  • Removes tenacious contaminants from rods.
  • Simple clip-in scraper of hardwearing thermoplastic.
  • Remains in contact with rod under the most demanding conditions.
  • Temperature range: -40°C to +100°C.
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